Tyson Foods controversy: The death of good intentions

The decision by Tyson Foods and its unions to replace Labor Day with Eid-ul-Fitr in its holiday schedule – pitting Islam against America – was doomed from the start. As a result, the perception of coercing Islam on society will continue. [Read more...]

US Immigration: The detention & murder of Hassiba Belbachir

On March 17, 2005, 28 year-old Hassiba Belbachir died mysteriously at the McHenry County Jail while in the custody of the US Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. [Read more...]

Prejudice: Thank you, Rev. Creight Lovelace!

I am thankful for Rev. Lovelace’s incendiary words because they help bring to light the steadily growing Islamophobia in the United States. [Read more...]

Genocide in Rwanda: What would I have done?

Am I a Paul Rusesabagina? If I were in Paul Rusesabagina’s shoes in 1994 would I have been able to do what he did? [Read more...]

Book "Standing Alone in Mecca": Fighting second-class status

Ms. Nomani’s methods may not be the least intrusive means of dealing with these problems, but they certainly are very promising. [Read more...]

Gun Ownership: In the fight against terrorism, some rights must be repealed

In the post 9/11 world where supposedly “everything has changed,” perhaps it is time for Americans to reconsider the value of public gun ownership. [Read more...]